‘Be Aware: Porn Harms’ Campaign Turns Focus to Kids

Christian Post
July 18, 2011

“A lot of children are exposed to it [Porn] even when they’re not looking for it,” said Dawn Hawkins, executive director for MIM and director of the Porn Harms campaign, in an interview with The Christian Post on Monday.

“Part of the problem is a lot of parents don’t think their kids are into it,” she said. “Kids are going to be curious, and whether or not they think their kids are good or bad … that’s not a factor for whether or not they’ll be interested in pornography.”

Hawkins noted that pornography has evolved over the years, and parents need to understand the potential impact it could have on their children…

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